Review feedback from your instructor (in Grades) on your final draft of Writing Project 1 and/or the half draft of this project, from your peers (in M05 Peer Response–Writing Project….
How gender expression impacts the science fiction
The purpose of this paper is to explore in more detail how gender expression impacts the science fiction that we are reading.
All written work should be in 12-pt. Times New Roman font (or similar) and turned in to Brightspace on the date specified. Short papers should be 800-1000 words in length and must adhere to MLA format, including a Works Cited Page for each paper. Works Cited pages must include all sources cited in the paper, and all sources that appear either in quotation or in paraphrase should be cited. It is always better to over-cite than under-cite. At the instructor’s discretion, he may not accept work that does not adhere to this format or may require students to submit the work after fixing any errors and receive a late penalty. Accommodations will be provided for appropriate excused absences (<link is hidden> sporting events, doctor visit/illness/injury, bereavement, etc.) or as provided through consultation with Disability & Accessibility Services. Any paper that is late without excuse will be penalized by one point for every day late, down to one point.
you can watch the movie “get out” (2017) to answer question B or C, i think it’s easier .
Topics (pick one):
A) What role does gender play in Samuel R. Delany’s “Corona”? How are the characters motivated by/responsive to gender expression in the short story?
B) In Get Out, written and directed by Jordan Peele, Georgina is the only character whose body seems to be able to break out of the Sunken Place (if only partially) without the assistance of a flash (see especially 51’50”-53’50”). Why?
C) How does Chris’ relationship with his mother structure the whole film of Get Out, and why?